was campaigning my entire senior year at brown. i came back against other folks established in politics. i think people recognize my election is unique and people wanted something different. so the folks on the council just gets tiring after a while. we really want to support, for example, to be realized. i think there's some great veteran city counselor. you know, joe mcgivern one for example a supporter of me to make sure we get the mayor the tools he needs to proceed, beat displeasure with? priorities for the city, so i found while people will be opposed to never vote for me, it is really about the people and keep in touch with the people. when i'm having a bad day or politics as discouraging me coming in now, in an afternoon, for example, just walk outside of city hall and have a conversation with someone saying you're doing a great job. i remember meeting you last year. forever negative story of his job, there's 10 more people coming up in thanking you for everything you're doing. that is the most important part of the job. it's not about people with the money, people like to marry you. it'